The collection of author and translator Paul Amann (Prague, 1884 Connecticut, 1958) contains both personal and professional correspondence and manuscripts. The manuscripts include novels, essays and short stories as well as nonfiction works, translations and one folder of poetry. The collection also contains personal papers and a folder of material from third parties Topics: Jewish exiled authors, Translators Source: lbiead
The collection documents a very wide spectrum of Paul Riegers writings and interests. Series I contains personal documents such as his ordination certificate as well as Riegers correspondence. The most extensive part of the collection is Series 2: Writings, which contains a variety of manuscripts, articles, notes, index cards, correspondence, excerpts and lectures. Riegers articles cover a wide scope of topics, incuding Jewish and non-Jewish issues. His main work however, was Zur Geschichte der... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Rieger, Paul, 1870-1939, Basch, Abraham 1545-1590, Feilchenfeld, W. 1827-1912, Hirsch, Otto,... Source: lbiead
David Baum (1869-1954) was born in Wittelsberg, Germany. From 1907 on, he worked as a cultural clerk of the Jewish Community of Elmshorn, leading prayer services; teaching; and ritual slaughtering. During World War I, David served in the German Army, receiving the Ehrenkreuz fuer Kriegsteilnehmer. - In 1905, David Baum married Paula Vandewart (1885-1978) from Lendershausen. They had two children: Bertha (1906- 1982?) and Rudolf, called Ralph (1907-1984). David and Paula Baum immigrated to the... Topics: Synagogue architecture, World War, 1914-1918, Genealogy, Genealogy Source: lbiead
Pesaḥ = Passover 5703-1943 [___] (London, England) Summary: The B'nei Akivah, which issued this Passover guide, was the youth wing of the religious Zionist movement; its purpose was to train young people in agriculture and crafts. The Bnei Akivah followed the Torah va'Avodah, a movement of religious pioneering. This Passover guide was also published by the Brit Halutzim Dati'im (known by its acronym Bachad), which originally trained young Orthodox Jews in Eastern Europe in religious Zionist... Topics: Passover, Jewish youth Great Britain, Religious Zionism Great Britain Great Britain, Youth...